With György Kepes, photographs as experiments – The Boston Globe

From the start, photography has been binary. First, it was a matter of metal (the daguerreotype) and paper (the calotype). Later there would be black-and-white and color. Now it’s analog and digital. In each case, one side decisively won out — a reminder that the medium was, and is, as much technology as art.

“High Speed Photograph” (1948) – GYÖRGY KEPES

Source: With György Kepes, photographs as experiments – The Boston Globe

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